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5 Ch­eryl goes back to her born iden­tity POP star Ch­eryl is now up to her FIFTH name. She has re­verted to her maiden name Tweedy, reg­is­ter­ing the change to file the ac­counts of her firm, Cherco Pub­lish­ing. The singer, left, changed her sur­name to Cole af­ter mar­ry­ing foot­baller Ash­ley, and later be­came Fer­nan­dez-Versini when she walked down the aisle with ty­coon Jean-Bernard. Fol­low­ing their split, the singer was sim­ply known as Ch­eryl, but is Tweedy once more.

4 SU­PER­MODEL Naomi Camp­bell has ditched her PR min­der for the FOURTH time in just three years. Most stars stay with the same firm for their en­tire ca­reer but af­ter spend­ing al­most a decade with in­dus­try vet­eran Alan Ed­wards, Naomi sud­denly quit in 2014 and switched to the same firm that rep­re­sents Hol­ly­wood mogul Har­vey We­in­stein, but they re­signed from rep­re­sent­ing her af­ter just one year. She then moved again, this time to scan­dal-hit firm Bell Pot­tinger. But af­ter a clash with her min­der there she went back to Alan last year. Now I hear that she has left him once again.

When it comes to im­age rep­re­sen­ta­tion I can’t imag­ine Naomi, 47, is the eas­i­est cus­tomer in the world. I’ll let the num­bers speak for them­selves…

3 J-Law’s late, late show AF­TER wait­ing THREE hours for Jennifer Lawrence, right, to turn up for a Ra­dio 1 in­ter­view, DJ Greg James posted this snap, above, of him­self look­ing bored. J-Law’s peo­ple tell me her flight was de­layed, which is odd, be­cause she’s not a Ryanair kind of girl – she usu­ally trav­els by pri­vate jet.

2 Now kids go to war IT’S round TWO in the Gal­lagher feud. Not only are Noel and Liam still snip­ing about each other but their chil­dren, left, are now em­broiled in a row over who wrote Oa­sis hits. Noel’s girl Anais, 17, told a Twit­ter fol­lower that it wouldn’t be worth at­tend­ing a gig by Liam, adding: ‘He didn’t even write the tunes.’ Liam’s son Gene hit back: ‘I was raised to re­spect my un­cle… just goes to show how dif­fer­ently chil­dren are brought up.’ Now, now chil­dren – play nicely!

1 IT has taken just ONE novel for Jes­sica Fel­lowes to hit the TV big time – un­like her un­cle, Ju­lian Fel­lowes, who wrote books be­fore he hit the jack­pot with Down­ton Abbey. Jes­sica, 43 , tells me she is ‘fizzing with joy’ at the prospect of her novel, The Mit­ford Mur­ders, be­ing TV’s next big hit. The rights have been snapped up by Left Bank Pro­duc­tions, which also makes The Crown for Net­flix.

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